I've had this book on my shelf because one of the stories, Christmas Letters, was part of the Blossom Street Series by Debbie Macomber. I've read it before but it had been so long I couldn't remember it and I am rereading the series starting from the beginning. I thought Christmas Letters was the better story of the two in this book and enjoyed the humor in it. The other story, Rainy Day Kisses was okay but I am not big on romance stories.
Mainly, I needed something light to read because I've been feeling bad and today I had another optical migraine so that made reading difficult. I had to look up the audiobook so I could listen for a while until it passed. I switched back and forth between reading and listening and actually realized I enjoyed the audiobooks. This book consists of two stories and the audiobooks are separate. I really enjoyed listening to the audiobook for Christmas Letters read by Renée Raudman. She made it much more entertaining with her different voices. I really felt like I was listening to different people speaking to each other. The first time I read that book I remember that I didn't especially like it but I really couldn't remember it, which is why I was going to read it again. I didn't want to skip anything as I reread the Blossom Street Series. Well, the first time I only read to Hannah's List and never finished that book. This time I plan to finish it and read the rest of the books in the series. As I listened to the audiobook for Christmas Letters I started to remember some details but she made it so much funnier. I will definitely look for more audiobooks read by her.
Christmas Letters is about Kathleen O'Connor, usually called K.O. by her friends, who is currently working as a medical transcriptionist while looking for a job as a publicist. She also writes Christmas letters for people to make a little extra money on the side. She has recently been infuriated by her sister's decision to follow the parenting advice found in a book called The Free Child by Dr. Wynn Jeffries. Her twin nieces have evolved into terrors and now, her sister has decided to follow his advice to "bury Santa under the sleigh" and isn't planning to have a Christmas tree or Santa this Christmas. K.O. is appalled and when she realizes he lives in her building decides to confront him. She also has an interesting older neighbor who has been taking classes at the community Center and recently took one on unleashing her psychic abilities. While getting ready to scoop up her cats "business" in the kitty litter she saw the future for K.O. Specifically, she saw love in her future and decided to set her up.
The other story in this book, Rainy Day Kisses was, eh. That's my review. for it Eh.